Sarah D. Wire covers Congress for the Los Angeles Times. She was previously the Washington correspondent for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and was a statehouse reporter in Arkansas, Idaho and Missouri. Wire graduated from the University of Missouri and contributed to the team that won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage of the San Bernardino shooting. She’s president of the Regional Reporters Assn., serves on the National Press Club Board of Governors and is the most recent past chair of the Standing Committee of Correspondents.
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